About the Vermont Women's Fund

The Vermont Women's Fund, a component fund of the Vermont Community Foundation, was established in 1994 as an enduring resource for Vermont women and girls. The Fund remains the first philanthropic resource in the state dedicated exclusively to this mission. A council of women from around Vermont advises the Fund and participates in its grantmaking, fundraising, and leadership work.

The Women’s Fund works to improve the lives of young women and girls in Vermont by targeting philanthropic giving, forging statewide strategic partnerships, funding research, and supporting programs that address their fundamental economic, educational, and social needs. Since 2011, the Women’s Fund has focused on supporting women and girls ages 12-25 as they make the crucial transition to adulthood.

The Women's Fund is based in the Vermont Community Foundation's offices in Middlebury, Vermont, and makes grants statewide.